- shares IP with unRAID
- usually ok but sometimes annoying because container wants a specific port that’s already in use by unRAID or another container.
- your network cannot distinguish between container traffic and NAS services (hard to perform QoS or specific VPN routing)
- allows your container to have a different IP from unRAID.
- This is mostly OK since this means stuff like QoS and selective VPN routing can be done.
- However, this prevents all communications between the container and unRAID (which prevents stuff like reverse proxying) unless you have VLANs or extra network interfaces.